Hosted by Tullytown Police Department
Tuesday, August 2nd, 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. ~ Borough Park
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
SOME ACTIVITIES FOR THE CHILDREN INCLUDE: Dunk Tank, Police Car Photo Op, Tattooing Station, Fingerprinting, Bike Registration, ID Cards, “Touch a Truck” and possibly a Headquarters Tour. Light Refreshments will be served.
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON ATTENDING, PLEASE CONTACT OFFICER ANDREW HOUSER AT: [email protected]
The new traffic signals on RT 13 at the base of the Bridge are in force. We ask everyone to proceed with caution at the new traffic signals and intersection.
CHIEF DANIEL DOYLE, TULLYTOWN BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR BUSINESSES FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS:
Dee Cee Jay (Lucisano Bros), TLC Nursing Services, Ariana’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant,
Auto Tags by Maverick, A & M Truck Tire Services, Wal-Mart, The Yogurt Cup, Pasta on Time,
All Brand Appliance Parts, A T & T , Waste Management, SOFRA Restaurant and Advanced Auto Parts !!!!
Any resident interested in purchasing a memorial park bench in the Tullytown Borough Park, please contact Nancy Conner at 215-945-5290 or [email protected]
The cost of the bench is $725.00 including plaque.
When the Community Park in Levittown is under construction, we will begin to take orders on memorial benches for that Park as well.
From Bucks County Courier Times:
“The rundown Levittown Train Station will be replaced with an estimated $24 million modern facility, officials said Friday.
“This is a long time in coming,” Lt. Gov. James Cawley, of Middletown, said during the celebratory announcement at the station off Route 13 and the Levittown Parkway in Tullytown. “The design of the 1950s has far outlived its usefulness.”
Architect’s plans are available for the proposed work are now available here.
Additional information, as well as an artist’s rendering of the new station, can be seen here.
Questions and Comments and be directed to Scott Savett at SEPTA
Email: [email protected] ~ Phone: 215-580-7661